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Organisation Structure

The Centre is functionally organized into technical areas, facilities Group, management areas including programme management & planning Group and administration area. The Centre is headed by Director , supported by Associate Director and the heads of each functional spacecraft systems directly report to Director of the Centre. To optimally utilise the limited resources and simultaneously execute multiple projects, matrix style of organisation is adopted in the Centre.

  • Mission Development - generates exhaustive mission plan and operation documents, selects orbit and carry out attitude analysis, navigation software development and support ground segment for navigation programme.
  • Mechanical Systems - responsible for design, analysis, fabrication, testing and delivery of mechanical hardware of all Spacecraft projects.
  • Communication & Power Systens - responsible for design, development, fabrication and testing of spacecraft RF systems and electrical power systems.
  • Controls & Digital System - responsible for the design, development, fabrication and testing of on-board computer design, Control dynamics, digital systems like telemetry, telecommand.
  • Integration & Checkout System - responsible for complete mechanical and electrical integration of spacecraft, EMI control plans, spacecraft ground check out systems support and integrated spacecraft level testing, final operations at launch complex.
  • Reliability & Quality Systen - responsible for reliability and quality assurance of all spacecraft hardware and space qualified component management including Hybrid Micro Circuits (HMC) development.
  • Systems Production - draws up elaborate plan for production of standardized electronics hardware and implements it through in-house facilities and external industries.
  • Payload Data electronics and Space Science - is responsible for the realisation of payload data storage systems, data handling, ground encoders and research in Space Science and Instrumentationactivities.
  • Management & Information Systems - is responsible for overall Programme Planning, Budget and Manpower Management, Human Resource Development, Technology Management, IT infrastructure management, Library & Information Services and Safety services.
  • Facilities Entity - responsible for the establishment, management and maintenance of facilities/infrastructure to cater to the need of fabrication, assembly and testing of spacecraft from component to system level.
  • GEO Platform , LEO & Planetary Platform and Satellite Navigation Programme - - responsible for definition, conceptualization, design and building of all geostationary satellites, earth observation satellites, interplanetary missions and navigation satellites to suit various applications respectively. Systems Engineering, Budget and Planning, Configuration & Data management etc are the core responsibilities of each programme management office.
  • Administration Area - supports activities related to construction & maintenance, purchase, stores, accounts, general administration and other auxiliary services like transport, canteen and medical facilities.